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Cheesefood

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Isn't the Pirate thing getting old? We need a new iconic rebellious charictature for comedy. How about 13th century Serfs?

Anyone know what an Angry Pirate is? Don't google if you don't already know.
 

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Cheesefood said:
Anyone know what an Angry Pirate is? Don't google if you don't already know.
yea thats a good one. donkey punch is still my favorite, albeit a bit played out.
 

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Reminds me of my two favorite pirate jokes:

A pirate walks into a bar with a steering wheel down his pants. The bartender looks at him, and says "Did you know you have a steering wheel down your pants?" The pirate says "Arrgh, and its drivin' me nuts!"

And, since Halloween is nearing...

A little kid with a speech impediment dresses up as a pirate and goes “twick or tweating”. He's gone from house to house to house and people keep asking him to repeat himself, as they have a hard time understanding him. And they keep asking, "What are you dressed up as?"

He knocks on the door of a house and a woman answers. "Oh, I can see you're dressed up as a pirate." the woman says. "But where are your buccaneers?" The kid gets really mad, and says "on the sides of my buckin' head, lady! Now gimme some buckin' candy!"
 

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Cheesefood said:
Anyone know what an Angry Pirate is? Don't google if you don't already know.
Yargh, where ya think I gots me name fer my fantasy football team?
 

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Cheesefood said:
I've heard two definitions. One is similar to felching, which is just plain wrong.
shrimping is a new one to me...but if it is, in fact, anything like felching then cheesefood is correct...just plain wrong.

flaming dragon?

my friend invented a "move" ive taken the liberty of naming the "easter egg hunt". its a good one.
 

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Pumbaa said:
The guy who started Talk Like a Pirate Day and his wife weer on wife swap last night. Lets just say they have a few issues
Yar, I'd love to mount a boarding party on her, says I
 

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Whassa madeer sudsmonkey, you've never heard of the Cleveland Steamers before?
 
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Reviving an old thread because it is imminently relevant, but reading back it was seriously derailed. :D

Or through the translator: International Talk Like A Pirate Day


The pirate speaks,"Revivin' an old thread because it be imminently relevant, but readin' aft it was seriously derailed"--not very impressive.
 

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I'll go along with the whole pirate thing just as long as I don't have to hear that american thing where pirates pronounce the "G "in arrrrrgh! it's arrrrhhhh! dammit!

aaarrrgggg is what you say when you fall on a steel spike!!
 

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I'll go along with the whole pirate thing just as long as I don't have to hear that american thing where pirates pronounce the "G "in arrrrrgh! it's arrrrhhhh! dammit!

aaarrrgggg is what you say when you fall on a steel spike!!
That could be a pirate thing too...just sayin.


Oh, and Aarrgghhhh! with a "gh" like dough,
 

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Aye mateys I be diggin out me ol pirattitude costume. Last year it be used as a costume fer Captain Jack Sparrow fer halloween.
 
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Yarr.
Tis a mighty sad day when the likes of Jack Sparrow be damned to steep in his own stench in a closet. Tiz a fate worse than death, and nary fit for a wedding gown.

<Shakes his head in sorrow and disbelief>
Yarrrrr
 

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Actually, my band is playing a show Tomorrow night and we'll all be dressed like pirates. In 2007 I was a 'goth' pirate. In 2008 I was a 'punk rock' pirate. Who knows what I'll do this year.
 

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Actually, my band is playing a show Tomorrow night and we'll all be dressed like pirates. In 2007 I was a 'goth' pirate. In 2008 I was a 'punk rock' pirate. Who knows what I'll do this year.
I was gonna say Butt-but it ain't gonna work unless you hoist a strap on. Being a girl and all. :fro:
 

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I was actually thinking zombie pirate since I have a background in special effects makeup, or possibly scurvy pirate.
 

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Avast! 'Tis the day, and a fine day it is! Sharpen yer hooks, straighten yer eyepatches, polish yer wooden legs, and show a few beauties your fine hornpipe!:p


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